She’s cashing in on her 15 minutes of flame.
The woman in the iconic “Disaster Girl” meme is capitalizing on her internet fame 16 years later — by selling the original photo for a mind-boggling $473,000.
“Disaster Girl” is now a non-fungible token (NFT), a unique digital signature, which allowed it to be sold like a piece of art.
“I’m a part of history,” said Zoe Roth, now 21, who first ignited the World Wide Web at 4 years old after she was photographed smirking devilishly outside a burning building.
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